India’s Single Day COVID-19 Cases Reduce To 17k, Total Recovery Above 95 %

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India recorded 16,432 new cases of the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 cases, according to the Union Health Ministry update on the 29th of December morning. With this, the nationwide tally reached 10,224,303.

The number of active cases dropped to 2,68,581, according to health ministry’s update at 8 am, while 98,07,569 patients were cured/discharged from hospitals.

The Country also recorded 252 new fatalities due to the infection, which took the overall death toll to 1,48,153.

The Union Government is carrying out vaccination dry run to prepare the infrastructure before the expected rollout of Covid-19 vaccine in January.  The dry run will also help health authorities identify the shortcomings and sort out the issues before vaccines are administered to people.  The two-day dry run is being held in four states.

The Union Health Ministry, meanwhile, said that India’s recovery rate has increased to 95.83%.

It also said that India’s COVID-19 cases per million population are among the lowest in the world (7,397) and the global average is 10,149.

The Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla on the 28th of December, wrote a letter to chief secretaries of all states and instructed the concerned authorities for their active support to the Union Health Ministry in identification, preparation of database, vaccine delivery, storage, security, shipment and vaccination of beneficiaries.

The Centre on the 28th of December, maintained the COVID-19 restrictions on various activities, noting that while there has been a continuous decline in active cases in India, there is a need for surveillance, containment and caution due to a surge globally and the emergence of a new variant of the virus in the UK.

In a statement, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said that it has issued fresh guidelines for surveillance with regard to Covid-19 that will remain in force till January 31, as it asked the states and union territories to keep a strict vigil to prevent any rise in cases during the New Year celebrations and the winter season


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